Nearly 30 percent of Australia's public companies in our CreditRiskMonitor global directory are at a FRISK® score which indicates an elevated level of bankruptcy risk in 2018. Supply chain professionals must know that even in a strong Australian economy, risk exists in plenty of industries.
For grocery stores, suppliers and lenders often have the most risk exposure. Tops Holdings and Southeastern Grocers filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy restructuring in early 2018, largely as a result of their heavy debt burdens.
Leveraged to the max, it seems as though there’s not enough makeup in the world to mask Revlon, Inc.’s deep financial troubles.
India is an attractive market to penetrate due to its low operating costs and a diverse selection of companies in hot industries like technology - but with more than 1,000 public companies in the FRISK® "red zone," there's big-time risk in bringing business east.
If history is any guide, all risk professionals need to prepare for a worldwide economic downturn today or otherwise risk playing catch-up tomorrow.
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Firearm industry leader Remington Outdoor Company, Inc. is on the path of steep decline and bankruptcy after nearly 200 years of operation. Our newer private company solutions were able to identify elevated risk quickly in Remington's case.
Risk of financial failure in South America is higher than it was during the Great Recession a decade ago. We scouted more than 1,500 public companies to find the riskiest public companies on the continent.
Financial Statement Sourcing is a new service that offers companies flexible options to help ease the collection, data entry and standardization of a private company’s financial statements.
The start of 2018 has various Bon-Ton Stores, Inc. stakeholders on edge, as all await a judge's ruling on the retailer's recent bankruptcy.
Bankruptcy risk is a specific area procurement professionals should focus upon when evaluating publicly held suppliers’ financial performance – especially given the effect of competitive pressures on corporate margins and daily news stories about growing levels of global debt.
Don’t let a small hot streak on the stock market fool you – Kodak’s financial security remains very much in question and provides a picture-perfect example of bankruptcy risk.